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Golden Autumn Morning
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Media ID 20121024143237389 
Wed Oct 24, '12 04:17AM
Uploaded By: Walter Rowe  

 

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Media ID 20121024143237389  
Date Wed Oct 24, '12 04:17AM
Comments 2
Views 1017
Uploaded By Walter Rowe
Aperture Value f//22
Artist Walter Rowe
Copyright Copyright 2012 Walter Rowe
Date/Time Wed Oct 24, '12 04:17AM
EXIF Image Height 800 pixels
EXIF Image Width 1200 pixels
Exposure Bias -0.67 EV
Flash No Flash
Focal Length 70 mm
Image Description Autumn on Triadelphia Reservoir
ISO 100
Make Nikon Corporation
Metering Mode Pattern
Model NIKON D800
Sensing Method One Chip Color Area Sensor
Shutter Speed Value 1/0 sec
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Excellent colors and what a lovely place to spend some time shooting.  Seems like a great time of day as the colors here do pop out nicely and grab the eye.   Now...I have absolutely no quibble on this at all as is outstanding, but would love to get your thoughts.   If I were standing there, I would likely get a little wider angle of the shoreline and try to get the full reflection of the trees in the image too.   I would therefore place the shoreline more central as opposed to the bottom third you have here, therefore I knowI would violate the rule of thirds.   So, for me...chop the trees or violate the rule of thirds?  And I realize there is no answer and all a matter of what pleases the viewer...but would love to know your thinking.  

I have what you request and did capture it at the same time as this one. The shoreline curves out away from the tree line at the right edge. I took this from a boatramp that extends a good 30 meters out into the lake due to the water level being so low. The reflection actually gets cut off a little out of the frame right and bottom, believe it or not, but the shoreline.